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2015/03/31 15:46
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Los Angeles, CA - (FOX 11 / CNS) Labor leaders are marching and rallying in support of unionization for workers at the Los Angeles Produce Market and comprehensive immigration reform, with a path to...
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2015/03/31 11:30
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2015/03/31 02:31
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Los Altos Hills resident George "Duf" Sundheim is floating a trial balloon for a possible run for Barbara Boxer's United States Senate seat, which she plans to vacate at the end of this year. The...
2015/03/30 21:09
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If courts find this move was as blatantly illegal as it looks to some, they may soon cease treating this powerful but disgraced body that sets power and natural prices for most Californians with the...
2015/03/30 03:58
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Michael Peevey’s announcement last fall that he would not seek reappointment to the California Public Utilities Commission appeared to offer closure to years of controversy surrounding his...
2015/03/27 22:45
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When Cesar Chavez inspired Ken Seaton-Msemaji and Fahari Jeffers to organize a union for domestic workers more than 40 years ago, even some loyal supporters tried to steer them away from the seemingly...
2015/03/27 00:14
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Beverly Hills, CA -- Genius Brands International, a global brand management company dedicated to providing entertaining and enriching “content with a purpose” for toddlers to tweens, has announced the...
2015/03/25 23:02
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Jerry Brown is California’s longest-serving governor, not to mention one of its more arcane chief executives in recent times. Brown doesn’t do many in-depth interviews; he cares little for insights...
2015/03/23 23:58
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Bill Campbell, who served in the Legislature for nearly a quarter-century and also was president of the California Manufacturers Association, died over the weekend. He was 79. The perpetually affable...
2015/03/21 16:39
2015/03/21 16:39
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It’s now possible that mid-February will be remembered for years to come as a fateful time in the century-long history of the California Public Utilities Commission. That’s when, without offering any...
2015/03/17 02:58
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Gavin Newsom followed his announcement that he will run for governor in 2018 with a quick burst of fundraising and, last weekend, an email promoting an article about raising boys. The commentary in...
2015/03/16 20:20
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For years, Thomas Goethals has weighed the fates of some of Orange County's most violent criminals. But since the judge began presiding over heated hearings probing the misuse of jailhouse informants,...
2015/03/16 17:02
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James and Essie Effron were bludgeoned to death in the basement of their San Diego clothing store on Nov. 21, 1977. It was a year before California would reinstate the death penalty, and there was no...
2015/03/15 07:58
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Texas and California – two states that are big enough and diverse enough to be small countries – joined the United States before and after a war with Mexico in the mid-1800s. Since then the two...
2015/03/15 00:58
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This week marks the 10th anniversary of Sunshine Week, a weeklong open government initiative.This year, the McClatchy and Gannett Cos., the American Society of News Editors, and The Associated Press...
2015/03/13 01:09
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Contreras-Sweet, the administrator of the U.S. Small Business Administration, spoke about the girl born in Guadalajara, Mexico, the daughter of migrant workers, whose grandmother told her that...
2015/03/10 04:58
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One of the sneakier campaign tricks employed by politicians is helping a weaker opponent draw votes away from a stronger rival. A classic example occurred in 1984, when Republican state Sen. John...
2015/03/03 22:58
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John Mockler, who wrote California’s landmark school finance law during a political and governmental career that spanned a half-century, died Tuesday of pancreatic cancer. He was 73. Proposition 98,...
2015/03/02 22:09
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At 61, she says she prefers a secure job in academe, playing the piano in her spare time, mentoring students and then considering an executive-level job if the Republicans take back the White House....
2015/03/01 16:41
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California attorney general's agents wasted no time after this column in late January called for a criminal investigation of the former state Public Utilities Commission President Michael Peevey. Less...
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